- The parkinglot and the museum area is video monitored.
- Dogs are welcome, but keep them in a leash and clean up after them.
- After closing hours, you can still visit the Viking fortress Trelleborg. Go through the gate on the left side of the museum entrance.
- After closing hours, all buildings will be locked for entry.
- It's not permittet to walk/crawl on the museum buildings.
- It's not allowed to feed, hunt or in any other way stress our sheep.
- All kinds of smoking is NOT allowed on Trelleborg. All smoking must take place on Trelleborgs parkinglot. That includes tobacco, E-cigarettes and other kinds of smoking.
- It's not possible to rent a cart during the viking festival.
- Please note, that it's not allowed to camp by Trelleborgs area and/or our parkinglot. That includes all kinds of autocampers.
Trelleborg and the Coronacrisis.
The museum is following the goverments guidelines, in connection the the Coronacrisis.
Remember to use our handsanitize stations and keep a good distance to eachother.
From thursday, the 29th of october, it is accuired by law to use and wear an approved facemask.
Visit Trelleborg Viking Fortress
A 1000-year-old Viking fortress
Experience the Viking Age close at hand at the Viking fortress of Trelleborg, near Slagelse in West Zealand.
Trelleborg, one of the great ring fortresses of the Viking Age, was constructed around the year 980 by King Harald Bluetooth. The remains of the great royal fortress can still clearly be seen in the beautiful natural landscape of Tude ådal.